You have deep connections to your brain that run through your buttocks – and I’m guessing you probably never thought about such a thing.
These deep connections begin in your feet and connect all the way up to your noggin.
Yet, hardly anyone teaches you how to exercise your feet in a way that increases physical and mental prowess. Hardly anyone teaches you that your toes have acupressure points leading directly to your brain.
We have sayings about mental alertness… about being “on your toes,” in a state of deep concentration and focus, yet we never consider the how and the why behind these sayings coming into being.
“On your toes” also means you are open to learning new concepts and ideas. We tend to admire those who keep us in suspense.
When it comes to pain and injury in the body, much of it begins in the feet. The feet are made comfortable with thickly padded shoes. The comfort of these shoes gradually turns your feet into a wimpy, limpy appendage. This weakness in the feet moves up the kinetic chain, to the ankles, knees, hips and lower back. But it doesn’t stop there. The entire system is disrupted and affected, including the brain.
There are many reasons I work my feet and toes each and every day. I do so to improve my martial and athletic skill. I also do so to improve the functioning of my brain and nervous system, including my memory, including getting a major supply of feel good neuro-transmitters.
An incredibly fast way to experience a shift in brain-body awareness and get a freely flowing supply of feel good energy is to change the way you walk.
Most ways of walking do not stimulate the feet and the buttocks; they do not give you feel good energy either.
Many of the connections and conclusions I discovered over the years about your feet and the way you walk are in the Dao Zou program I created over 10 years ago.
Although I didn’t explicitly present all the details of the foot, toes, buttocks and brain connection in the program, the reality is that people who practice the exercises experience the results without my having to say so.
When you follow Dao Zou, for example, you naturally shift from being a heel-striker (not good) to someone who lands on the ball of your foot. When you land on the ball of the foot first, you stimulate the kidneys and the toes far more than when you hit the heel first. The K1 acupressure point, near the ball of the foot (also known as the bubbling spring point), releases energy upward. Think of the energy from acupressure point as being similar to the upward flow of water from a geyser.
Land on your heel when you walk or run and the geyser effect is halted. Land on the ball and the geyser of energy shoots upward.
You will feel it in your buttocks and you will feel it in your brain.
This effect can be experienced even when you are sitting with your feet on the ground.
Want to begin experiencing the profound brain-body benefits written about in this message?
Then grab yourself the Dao Zou program and begin feeling the positive stimulation almost immediately.
This program will naturally change the way you think about movement forever.
A huge side-benefit is that it will help you destress for success at a level you never thought possible.
As you unwind your mind, you may even have an aha experience that gives you insight as to why I often sign off with the adage…
Kick ass – take names.
P.S. Dao Zou is currently available at a substantial discount because of the way it helps to quickly eliminate stress and negative emotion, something I didn’t think about so much when I first created the program. But my experiences over the years showed me that this program is the ultimate when it comes to clearing negative thoughts and emotions from the pipeline.